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Program description

Cosmetology

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The Huntington School of Beauty Culture has been open since 1964. Our current owner has over 25 years of experience.

 

The objective of our Cosmetology program is to prepare students for their state examination. Upon completing this program, students will be able to practice correct sanitation and sterilization procedures as well as perform all phases of hairdressing. Skills taught include hairstyling, shaping, coloring, chemical reformation, manicuring and facials.  

Additionally, each student will be able to comprehend, analyze and integrate theoretical cosmetology knowledge with practical skill performance, preparing graduates for an entry-level position in a beauty salon.

The training in our Cosmetology program includes haircutting, styling, permanent waving, relaxing, hair coloring, lightening, conditioning treatments, manicuring, facials, makeup, salon management, and state law. Our licensed instructional staff teaches both theoretical and practical applications.  

 

Students will enjoy the opportunity to work with the public in the school’s clinic. The 1800-hour program based on 34 hours per week will take most students 53 weeks to complete. The 1800-hour program based on 25 hours per week will take most students 72 weeks to complete.

Hair Styling 

The objective of the Hair Styling program is to prepare students for their state examination. Upon completing this program, students will be able to practice correct sanitation and sterilization procedures as well as perform all phases of hairdressing. Skills taught include hairstyling, shaping, coloring and chemical reformation. With this program, students will not be trained in any facets of nail technology or skin care; see Cosmetology program for this type of training.

 

Additionally, each student will be able to comprehend, analyze and integrate theoretical knowledge with practical skill performance, preparing graduates for an entry-level position in a beauty salon as a Hairstylist.

Program description

The training provided during the Hair Styling program includes haircutting, styling, permanent waving, relaxing, hair coloring, lightening, conditioning treatments, salon management and state law. Our licensed instructional staff teaches both theoretical and practical applications.

 

Students will have the opportunity to work with the public in the school's clinic. The 1000-hour program, based on 34 hours per week, will take most students around 30 weeks to complete. The 1000-hour program, based on 25 hours per week, will take most students around 40 weeks to complete.

Manicuring

The objective of the manicure program is to prepare students for their state board licensing examination. Once they've successfully completed this program, the student will be able to correctly practice sanitation and sterilization procedures as well as perform all phases of manicuring skills, including manicuring, pedicuring, hand and arm massage, nail art and advanced nail techniques.

 

Students will be able to comprehend, analyze and integrate theoretical knowledge as well as practical skill. These graduates will be prepared for entry-level employment in a beauty or nail salon.

Esthetics 

The objective of the Esthetics program is to prepare students to take their state board examination to obtain their esthetician license. Students will be able to comprehend, analyze and integrate theoretical knowledge as well as practical skill in order to be gainfully employed in a salon.

 

Program description

The training for an esthetics student includes, but not limited to, nutrition, cosmetic use, skin care history, bacteriology, sanitation, cells, skin disorders, massage techniques, facial treatments, aromatherapy, salon business and law. Both theoretical and practical applications are taught by licensed instructional staff. Opportunities for supervised work with the public are provided in the school's clinic. The 600 clock hour program takes a full-time student about 20 weeks to complete.

 

Program schedules

1800 Clock-Hour Cosmetology  - 34 hours per week

• 34 Clock-Hours per Week - 53 Weeks | 1st 300 Clock-Hours (9 Weeks)

• Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday - 6 hours: 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM

• Friday - 8 Hours: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM | Saturday - 8 Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

 

1800 Clock-Hour Cosmetology - 25 hours per week

• 25 Clock-Hours per Week - 72 Weeks | 1st 300 Clock-Hours (12 Weeks)

• Tuesday to Friday - 5 hours: 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM

• Saturday - 5 hours: 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

 

1000 Clock-Hour Hair Styling  - 34 hours per week

• 34 Clock-Hours per Week  - 30 Weeks | 1st 300 Clock-Hours (9 Weeks)

• Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday - 6 hours: 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM

• Friday - 8 Hours: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM | Saturday - 8 Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

 

1000 Clock-Hour Hair Styling - 25 hours per week

• 25 Clock-Hours per Week - 40 Weeks | 1st 300 Clock-Hours (12 Weeks)

• Tuesday to Friday - 5 hours: 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM

• Saturday - 5 hours: 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

 

600 Hour Esthetics

• 30 Clock-Hours per Week for 20 Weeks| Tuesday to Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

 

400 Clock-Hour Manicuring

• 40 Hours per Week for 10 Weeks | Tuesday to Friday: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

• Saturday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

 

All class schedules allow for a 30-minute lunch break, except for the 25 hours per week class schedule.

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